Inhibition of elevated ras-mapk signaling normalizes enhanced motor learning and excessive clustered dendritic spine stabilization in the mecp2-duplication syndrome mouse model of autism

Ryan Thomas Ash, Shelly Alexandra Buffington, Jiyoung Park, Bernhard Suter, Mauro Costa-Mattioli, Huda Yaya Zoghbi, Stelios Manolis Smirnakis

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